123 Sediment in Fluvial Systems: Production, Transport, and Storage at the Watershed Scale I

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Sunday, 5 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 332BE

L. Allan James , Michael Slattery and Mark Fonstad
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:05 AM
Effects of Climate and Land-Use Change on Sediment Delivery to a Small Coastal-Plain Estuary: A Look at the Newport River Bay-Head Delta
Christopher R. Mattheus, UNC at Chapel Hill; Antonio B. Rodriguez, University of North Carolina; Brent McKee, UNC at Chapel Hill
8:20 AM
A Sediment Budget for the Regulated Lower Roanoke River, NC
Edward R. Schenk, U.S. Geological Survey; Cliff Hupp, U.S. Geological Survey
8:35 AM
Sources, Transport, and Storage of Sediments at Selected Sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
Allen C. Gellis, US Geological Survey; Cliff Hupp, US Geological Survey; Milan J. Pavich, US Geological Survey; Jurate M. Landwehr, US Geological Survey; Dorothy J. Merritts, Franklin and Marshall College; Robert C. Walter, Franklin and Marshall College; Jerry C. Ritchie, USDA-ARS; Bernard E. Hubbard, US Geological Survey
8:50 AM
(Non)Equilibrium Sediment Flux in Coastal Plain Rivers
Jonathan Phillips, University of Kentucky
9:10 AM
Quantifying Sedimentation Rates In the Trinity River Delta, Texas
Lee M. Todd, Texas Christian University; Michael C. Slattery, Texas Christian University; Jonathan Phillips, University of Kentucky
9:25 AM
Quantifying Channel Change with Historical Maps and High-Resolution Topographic Data: Lower Feather River, CA, 1909-1999
Mary Megison, University of South Carolina; L. Allan James, University of South Carolina
9:40 AM
Anthropogenic Sedimentation in Pacific Northwest Streams Inferred from Aquatic Habitat Survey Data
John M. Faustini, Oregon State University; Philip R. Kaufmann, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; David P. Larsen, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
9:55 AM
10:10 AM
Spatial Extent, Timing, and Causes of Channel Incision, Black Vermillion Watershed, Northeastern Kansas
Benjamin Meade, Kansas State University; Mark Gossard, Kansas State University; Richard Marston, Kansas State University
10:25 AM
Holocene Sediment Budget for a 10^3 Km^2 Drainage Basin
Jon Tunnicliffe, The University of British Columbia; Michael Church, The University of British Columbia
11:10 AM
Geomorphic Dynamics and Sediment Transport in the Lower Missouri River
Caroline M. Elliott, U.S. Geological Survey; Robert B. Jacobson, U.S. Geological Survey; Joanna M. Reuter, U.S. Geological Survey; Harold E. Johnson III, U.S. Geological Survey; Richard C. Wilson, Nebraska Water Science Center
11:25 AM
Punctuated Sand Transport within the Lowermost Mississippi River
Jeffrey A. Nittrouer, University of Texas; David Mohrig, University of Texas
11:40 AM
Sediment Sources to the Le Sueur River, Minnesota, Over Multiple Temporal and Spatial Scales
Karen Gran, University of Minnesota - Duluth; Patrick Belmont, University of Minnesota; Stephanie Day, University of Minnesota; Carrie Jennings; Andrea Johnson, University of Minnesota Duluth; Lesley Perg, University of Minnesota; Peter Wilcock, Johns Hopkins University
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